Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 21, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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    Professors Gef
Three Science
Grants In-Aid
Three grants in aid totaling
$26,400 have been awarded to Uni
versity chemistry and physics de
partment professors so that they
can further projects on which they
are working.
The office of naval research has
given a $20,000 grant to Dr. Pierre
Van Rysselbergh, professor of
chemistry. The grant represents an
18-month continuation of a pre
vious award for research on some
of the fundamental physical and
chemical aspects of the corrosion
phenomena. Work thus far on the
project has been a study by elec
tro-chemical methods of the con
sumption of oxygen and carbon
dioxide by metallic surfaces.
Dr. Hans Heymann, assistant
professor of chemistry, has re
ceived a $2400 Frederick Gardner
Cottrell special grant in-aid. The
project is the study of a compound
with structures similar to that of
other compounds with carcinogen
etic (cancer producing) qualities.
In order to do research in the
ultra-violet spectra of metals, Dr.
Frederick W. Paul, associate pro
fessor of physics, has been awarded
a $4000 grant. Dr. Paul said that in
studying the problem of how met
als are put together the research
will be in the ultra-violet spectra
of high stages of ionization; ab
sorption spectra solid materials;
and absorption of metallic vapors.
Materials to be studied will include
the alkaline halides and alkaline
earth halides.
Dr. Paul did similar work with
the institute of optics at the Uni
versity of Rochester, New York. He
received a grant last year for work
in the field at that time, •bring
this period, he also built a specto
graph. This equipment or similar
apparatus will be used in connec
tion with his University of Oregon
research. Also necessary in the re
search will be vacuum pumps, high
voltage equipment, and other sci
entific equipment.
There’s no justice. If you make
out your income tax correctly you
go to the poorhouse. If you don’t
you go to jail.—Barometer.
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Pepsi Fellowships
Open To Seniors
Fellowships paying full tuition
and $750 a year for three years are
being offered college seniors this
year for the first time by the Pepsi
Cola Scholarship board. The 26
seniors who receive the awards may
select any accredited school for
study leading to a professional de
Purpose of the program, as an
nounced by the Pepsi-Cola Scholar
ship board, is to discover students
of unusual ability and help them to
secure further education.
Any college student who will re
ceive a bachelor’s degree during the
school year 1947-48 from a college
or university in the United States
may apply for one of the new fel
lowships, according to an an
nouncement made by John M. Stal
naker, professor of psychology at
Stanford university and director of
the Pepsi-Cola scholarship pro
Winners will be selected on the
basis of their promise of outstand
ing achievement in later life as
shown by their undergraduate rec
ords and recommendations as to
character, personality, and quali
ties of leadership, the announce
ment states, and the fellowships
will be limited to those students
who have financial need.
Seniors who wish to apply for
one of these fellowships may ob
tain application forms from the
dean of their individual colleges or
by writing to the Pepsi-Cola Schol
arship board, 532 Emerson street,
Palo Alto, California.
Completed applications with of
ficial transcripts of credits and oth
er required information must be
received by the board not later than
January 1, 1948. Winners will be
announced March 15.
12 noon: YWCA cabinet meeting
at YMCA.
12 noon: Westminster house
luncheon; Rev. Gross, speaker.
4 p.m.: Wesley cabinet meeting
at Wesley house.
4 p.m.: Homecoming house sign
chairmen meeting in alumni hall of
4 p.m.: “High Cost of Living,”
symposium group in 107 Friendly
4 p.m.: House librarians meeting
in the browsing room of the li
6:30 p.m.: Kwama meeting at
Alpha Xi Delta house.
6:30 p.m.: Wesley players meet
ing at Wesley house.
6:45 p.m.: Newman club meeting
at the YMCA.
7 p.m.: Graduate students meet
ing in alumni hall of Gerlinger.
7 p.m.: Skull and Dagger meet
ing at Side.
7 p.m.: Interdorm council meet
, ing at Hendricks hall.
7:30 p.m.: “Federal Union of Na
tions,” symposium group, 107
Friendly hall.
7:45 p.m. Christian Science club
meeting in YWCA.
8 p.m.: Political Science club
meeting in the YMCA; Leon D. Ep
! stein, speaker.
9 p.m.: Christian Science Monitor
club meeting in the Eugene “Y.”
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Dean Blankenburg, night editor
Nan Gaveney
Martha Bramlett
Roger Moore
Eugenia Billeter
Roberta Smallen
Virginia Fletcher
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